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  1. The Battle of Pavia, 1525 – Orkney Wargames

    The Italian Wars, Pike & Shotte, 28mm We called this game Pavia because it was loosely based on the Battle of Pavia, but really it should be Pavia Light, as only the general proportions of troops and dispositions were the same as in the real battle.

  2. Battle of Pavia : definition of Battle of Pavia and synonyms ... of Pavia/en-en

    The Battle of Pavia, fought on the morning of 24 February 1525, was the decisive engagement of the Italian War of 1521–26.. A Spanish-Imperial army under the nominal command of Charles de Lannoy (and working in conjunction with the garrison of Pavia, commanded by Antonio de Leyva) attacked the French army under the personal command of Francis I of France in the great hunting preserve of ...

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    The Battle of Pavia is best remembered for the fate — not lethal, but much more damaging to statecraft — of King Francis I of France, who was captured on the field by the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.* Francis spent two years in comfortable but discomfiting imperial custody until he agreed to the humiliating Treaty of Madrid ceding vast ...

  4. The Battle of Pavia (and much more!) | Marco Galandra

    The battle of Pavia is one of the most important events in modern European history, I would say comparable to its consequences, to the siege of Malta of 1565 or the Battle of Lepanto, 1571. The battle took place in the countryside just north of Pavia, at dawn on February 24, 1525,day of St. Matthias and birthday of Emperor Charles V ‘s of ...

  5. Battle of Pavia 24 Feb 1525 « Steven's Balagan

    The Battle of Pavia (24 Feb 1525) in the Italian Wars. Setting: Pavia, Italy; 24 Feb 1525

  6. Battle of Pavia | The History Jar

    Posts about Battle of Pavia written by JuliaH. History might have been very different had the baby boy born on New Year’s Day 1511 survived beyond the first perilous months of infancy.

  7. The Battle of Pavia 24 February 1525 - Henry VIII

    The Battle of Pavia, fought on the morning of 24 February 1525, was the decisive engagement of the Italian War of 1521–26. An Imperial–Spanish army commanded by Charles de Lannoy with the Pavia garrison commander Antonio de Leyva attacked the French army under the command of Francis I of France in the hunting park of Mirabello just beyond ...

  8. RIHA Journal

    3 On contemporary representations of the Battle of Pavia in its cultural context, see: Pia F. Cuneo, Art and politics in early modern Germany: Jörg Breu the Elder and the fashioning of political identity, ca. 1475-1536, Leiden 1998, 131-133.

  9. Vexillia :: Pike & Plunder: Battle of Pavia

    Dec 31, 2007 · The Pavia pamphlet is also available direct from the Ashmolean Museum's online shop with £1.50 P&P. A good little painting guide and simple overview of the campaign and battle.

  10. The battlefield of Pavia | Marco Galandra

    The battlefield of Pavia View of Pavia from the east in 1796/Veduta di Pavia da est nel 1796 (Bagetti) Giuseppe Pietro Bagetti (Turin,April 14 1764 – Turin,April 29 1831) Although trained as an architect at the ‘University of Turin, Giuseppe Bagetti is known for his collaboration with the French army during the first Napoleonic campaign of Italy.